Riyadh: Ministry reopens seven mosques after sanitization


Daijiworld Media Network - Riyadh

Riyadh, Jun 14: Seven mosques in three regions reopened by the ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah and Guidance that were temporarily closed for cleaning after coronavirus cases were confirmed among worshippers. In the past 127 days, Covid-19 infections have led to 1,562 mosques in the Kingdom being forced to close.

The ministry said on Sunday that three mosques were reopened in Qassim and Jazan each, and one in Riyadh.

The ministry has further urged worshippers and mosque employees to stringently follow the Covid precautionary measures including wearing face masks, using their own prayer mats and maintaining social distance.

  

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